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How inflation became America’s greatest economic problem, the US’s growing business appeal, and more.
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From cyberpunk to solarpunk: Technics and the cities of the future.
Turns out that Trader Joe [was a real guy](From cyberpunk to solarpunk: Technics and the cities of the future).
How do you determine if a project is serious?
via Chad Thomas, Director, Business Development - Iredell County, NC
How inflation became America’s greatest economic problem: The last time inflation was this high, the Fed engineered a severe recession. Unfortunately, the problem is much more complex now. Can the off-ramp to spiking inflation go better this time?
The psychological pitfalls of a market cycle:
Fed official says he doesn’t buy the ‘Great Resignation’ — employers play up labor shortage to avoid paying higher wages: Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said people are really leaving tough but important jobs for more attractive options.
War in Europe and China’s battle with Covid boosts US’s business appeal: For European companies, America offers political stability and sustained growth in an increasingly risky and turbulent world. Let the onshoring from Europe commence.
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